Group: Super Administrators
Joined: Nov. 2003
||Posted on: Nov. 18 2003,22:58
If Nero is not available, you can use following small burning tools to record your ISO image to CD:
OS: Windows XP Professional or Windows Server 2003
Usage: cdburn.exe drive: file.iso
Example: cdburn.exe d: c:\easyboot\iso\mycd.iso
CDBurn allows users to burn image files containing any data, such as file systems like ISO9660 (Level 1, 2, or 3), Joliet, Universal Disk Format (UDF), or a combination of file systems. CDBurn's default mode is Track At Once (TAO). The tool also supports writing in Session At Once (SAO) mode, but not all drives support writing in this mode.
CDBurn automatically appends a postgap of 150 sectors prior to closing the disc. The appending of the postgap can be overridden by using the /imagehaspostgap option. The tool always finalizes the disc. This means that you cannot add any data to the disc after writing.
CDBurn writes data images to CD writable media from International Organization for Standardization (ISO) image files created by a variety of tools.
Edited by xoben on Nov. 18 2003,23:04